Hey it’s Friday again!
And this time it’s the 13th of the month (oooo scarrry.)
But I think we’re ready for some videos now…
I’m struck by just how quiet the place is. It’s kind of meditative. If you watch to the end, YouTube will recommend other high-precision automotive assembly lines including BMW motorcycle engine assembly. It sounds dull on the surface but I find it fascinating.
“Burlington, Vermont luthier, Creston Lea, builds hand-made electric guitars and basses in a classic American style. This film explores Lea’s particular design aesthetic and place in the boutique electric instrument world, as well as his long-time collaboration with artist, Sarah Ryan.”
“For ten years, Sheldon Nadelman took thousands of black and white photographs while bartending at the Terminal Bar, Times Square’s most notorious watering hole of the 1970s.”
Termed “the Roughest bar in New York”, there are some pretty tough stories here. A good little find.
Sent in by Trevor T.
“Inspired by the highly-anticipated action survival game, Dying Light, this Real-Life Parkour video puts you in the POV of a runner and takes you on a frantic escape from zombies through the rooftops of Cambridge, UK.”
Possibly not for the faint of heart when it comes to heights. Otherwise very cool.
“They say it best when they say nothing at all.”
Ahhhh editing… Love it.
Have a lovely weekend, everybody.
See you next Friday!